Barely months after joining Gor Mahia, Ugandan midfielder Hashim Sempala is set to be axed by the Kenyan Premier League champions.
Sempala has failed to replicate the form that saw him become one of the most sought-after midfielders in the Kenyan Premier League while at Tusker FC.
He quit the Brewers for K’ogalo in March after falling out with coach Robert Matano for allegedly questioning his tactics.
Coach Matano then chose to freeze him from the team leading to his unceremonious exit.
There have been rumors of him leaving the Hassan Oktay coached side for weeks now and the arrival of Ghanaian striker Francis Afriyie on Friday sealed Sempala’s fate at the club.
At the moment Gor Mahia has seven foreign players meaning two will have to exit, Burundian attacker Francis Mustafa is set to be loaned out to Vipers SC.
Sempala will follow him out, a move that has further been fueled by a reported spat between the player and a member of the technical bench.
The former BUL FC man was part of Gor Mahia’s Cecafa Kagame Cup squad in Rwanda where the team got knocked out in the quarter final stage by Zambian side, Green Eagles.